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Swelling and spilling into new objects of attachment, Eggers' appetence for erotic exchange enacts an urge for activity that is, paradoxically, desire for the stasis he sought to outrun.
This framework explains their appetence for more and more campaign contributions coming from interest groups and lobbyists.
1993) The effect of route of administration of isolate 407A (UC-12497) on feed intake and selected ruminal variables of beef steers in an acute acidosis in appetence model.
On denote la meme appetence pour la militarisation chez les catholiques francais.